Public Lands: A Dam Day Use Area (Photo Diary)

The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana maintain a day use area at the Séliš Ksanka Qlispé Project (formerly Kerr Dam).

The SKQ Overlook

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The River Above the Dam

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The River Below the Dam

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View of the Mountains

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Public Lands

There are many different kinds of public lands: tribal, state, federal, city, and county. Unlike private lands, public lands are generally set aside for the enjoyment of use of all people.

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